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About Me

This is Vishal Bhardwaj founder of Bazaar Investor and an investor in Indian Share Market. I use this platform to share my notes and experiences which I learned through my investment journey.
I am not a day trader but sometimes like to pick short term bets. If you are here for day trading tips then you entered at wrong place. 

My Skills for Investing

I am not CA person but pursuing Law.
Not mastered at Excel Sheet.
Not an advanced Mathematician but I have science background during school times. Last time when I touched math - during my board exams.
I love reading about companies and investing in stocks is by product of it.


"Of course yes..... my first girlfriend, my love Stock Market "
"ssshhhhh........don't tell this to Vijay Kedia"

My Gurus

I am not lucky enough to meet them personally but thanks to internet, you tube and of course thanks to my gurus who shared their investment experience in their various interviews.
I am hardcore follower of Porinju Veliyath's quote "be stock picker".
Also I can't afford to miss any chance to listen these personalities:- Warren Buffett, Chandrakant Sampat, Raamdeo Agrawal, Vijay Kedia, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, Nilesh Shah, Ramesh Damani. 
If you offer to watch (i) wonderful super duper hit movie and (ii) extremely boring interviews of these personalities, unhesitatingly I prefer second option.

Books I Swallowed

The Intelligent Investor
Security Analysis
The Warren Buffett Portfolio
Common stocks Uncommon Profits
Warren Buffett and the Interpretation of financial statements
Warren Buffett letters to shareholder --- still reading

When you spend lots of  your time into law college then throwing warnings becomes part of your life. So these warnings for you "you find our conversation very interesting if we already know each other, you get bored if we talk for the very first time. If you want any advice then read Disclaimer first."

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